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How the Mice Got into the Garage of this House in Hiram, Georgia

A one inch wide by quarter inch high gap at the end of the garage door weather seal and a gnawed section of trim allowed mice into the garage of a house in Hiram Georgia

Why this garage in Hiram has a mouse problem

That gap under the garage door on the right side is much smaller than it appears. Compare it to the screw head in the trim to get a better idea of its size.

It was, however, big enough to give mice a head start gnawing their way into the garage of this house in Hiram, Georgia. We'll replace the weather seal and the trim to keep mice out of the garage and the house.

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